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. >> it really was. >> mike barn cal and peter gammons here with us as well. >> it was an absolutely unbelievable evening. it was an unbelievable year. >> yeah. can you imagine. >> we're here opening day. you're not a front-runner, one of the most loyal red sox fans. you go to the first game of the year and last game of the year. >> exactly. >> they are winning the world series in boston. but we were here the first game of the year and it was just nice. nobody expected much out of this team. and it was a nice week or two of baseball. and then april 15th happened. and i remember mike, who always has been the guy -- mike you're always the guy, you called me up when i was in florida, you said this is going on. it's always about games. you called me up when they had the first game back here at fenway. and you said, joe, get in front of your tv set, you're about to see something special. you're about to see a city come around a baseball team. like never before. >> well, the team exelmplifies like never before. the marathon bombing, it was like a family picnic was bombed. everyone knows somebody who ra
their identify long cal struggles and allows them to take some control of the narrative and maybe put forward some ideas of their own, instead, though, they continue to litigate the past, which is really sad, because this an opportunity for republicans to take hold again. i mean the public is not happy with the website. this is really a chance for them, and instead they harp back on the old rhetoric. you're listening to cruz. it's embarrassing, and i think the party deserves more than this. >> does the overreach harm president obama? >> it further discredits ted cruz that it is such bomb bass particular rhetoric. i don't think anybody sees the president abusing his power. how about syria? he says i will go to congress. when they make those charges it does reduce their credibility. >> in many case progressives and people on the left thought the president would always go for compromise. >> and should have been more of a dictate or. they wanted him to seize more power. >> you know, abbey, when you look at the fact that ted cruz today started going after hillary clinton with the fear mongering an
to all of cal berkley's women's basketball games. it's one of the few breaks that lewis allowed himself over the past 18 months as he dug into the idiocy and negligence that produced the worst financial crisis since the great depression. >> i'm afraid that our culture will come to the conclusion-- 'cause it's always the easy conclusion--that everybody was just a bunch of criminals. i think the story is much more interesting than that. i think it's a story of mass delusion. >> lewis' forte has always been discovering little-known facts and characters that change people's perception about a story. so when he finally sat down at his computer with sacks full of research to write about this calamity, he had no interest in treasury secretary hank paulson or ben bernanke or the ceos of wall street's big investment banks, who he believes had no clue what was going on while it was going on. he wanted to tell the story through the eyes of people who were paying attention and who knew that a financial disaster was inevitable. >> but there were a handful of characters who actually had seen it comin
all of any lit cal capital he has left on this? then what about immigration? and what about the budget? >> why does he need political capital? he's not running for anything. and maybe -- >> he needs to have influence to get things done. >> maybe the american people will influence some of the republicans just to do the right thing. >> do you think the polls will matter? do you think when you go back to washingt washington, congressman? >> maybe we have the spiritual leaders and the wall street leaders together to say something about what's happening to, in. it's not a question of the president's polls. i don't care what the president's polls are as long as he's doing the right thing legislatively, economically and morally. if he's trying to get health care for everybody, good. if he's trying to get immigration reform which is good for america and good for business, good. if he's trying to raise money to have better infrastructure and create jobs, good. >> let me ask you about that because the infrastructure is part of what he sees as a grand bargain ask he's still talking about that. he
notes. he said he would be here. willie, mike barn cal in new york and joining us here at the table in washington, we have -- >> eight people. when sam comes back we can play softball. >> okay. >> can we do match game or something? >> all right. we have the host of msnbc's "hardball," chris matthew, the author of "tip and the gipper." and chief white house correspondent and host of daily run down, chuck todd and msnbc political analyst and former chairman of the republican national committee michael steele. >> we have a lot to talk about. chris matthews, the president has been hit with a one, two, three regarding the affordable care act, one the website that we've been talking about for a long time. number two the "l.a. times" article talking about the sticker shock effect which actually will have more of an impact probably in the long run and thirdly, lisa myer's report talking about those assurances the president talked about people getting insurance not ended up being true at the end. the white house seems to be in a position they need to get out in front of all of these stories.
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